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sammy

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  1. I think Oscar may have been too distracted wanking that out and missed the actual film.
  2. Anyone caught Cheer yet? Six part documentary following a top Texas cheerleading team in their search for another national title. I thought it was really good, some incredible athleticism with a high risk of injury, and (mostly) likeable students and coach. Definitely worth a watch.
  3. Looked a touch on the small side to me.
  4. I’m playing through RE7 with my 16 year old lad, admittedly we’re only an hour in (just beat the first ‘boss’) but it’s one of the most intense gaming experiences I’ve had. Taking turns until we die/it gets a bit too much, we’ve giggled nervously, sworn, whimpered and generally been a bit like the film crew in Blair Witch Project. Absolutely no fucking way on this planet would I be playing it on my own.
  5. Finally picked a headset, camera and a few games up today. First thoughts: Holy Fucking Rez. Played some Astro Bot - mind blown. Going to trawl through my library and work out which games have had VR updates, probably going to buy Polybius in a bit and am definitely eyeing up some move controllers. Amazing bit of kit
  6. Really good, but the grimness was slightly undermined for me due to Friday Night Dinner’s Martin “lovely bit of squirrel” Goodman in one of the key roles. Took me right out of it every time he was on screen.
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    Swamp Thing

    Well that’s a bit shit - looks like there will be 10 episodes instead of 13. Presumably they weren’t all stand alone episodes, wonder if they can tie it up in even a half decent way.
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    Swamp Thing

    What production news is that?
  9. Just finished watching it, fantastic documentary. It’s just mind blowing how relaxed and level headed they seem throughout the climb, considering they are very small and the wall is very fucking big.
  10. Dogs of War by Adrian Tchaikovsky. Awesome military sci-fi that did not go the way I expected. Surprisingly moving in places. Recommended. About a third of the way into Gardens of the Moon by Steven Eriksen. Enjoyable so far. I have not the faintest clue what’s going on, but I gather that’s not an unusual vibe at this point, so I’m happy to just go with it.
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